On 29 April 2016 the “Italian” Internet celebrated its thirty years old: our country, through the Istitute Cnuce of the Italian National Research Country (CNR), connected, for the first time (exactly on 30 April 1986), with the United States thirty years ago. On the occasion of this celebration, last 29 April, in the CNR campus of Pisa, a unique event was held, in the presence of pioneers (who materially connected Italy with the other part of the world), new leading figures of the Internet of the future and many other protagonists of the Net.
30 April 1986 - An important birthday as that of the first Italian connection to the worldwide Net, in the days of social networks, must also be celebrated with a hastag. For this reason #ilmioprimointernet was born and, through it, it will be possible to tell memories and collect any comments about an event that has highlighted the history (all Italian!) that connected our country with the rest of the world
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29 April is the Italian Internet Day, in which we celebrate the Net: Italy connected (through the CNUCE-CNR - National University Centre of Electronic Calculation of Pisa) to the United States via Internet thirty years ago (30 April 1986). The Premier, for the occasion, will be present at the CNR (Italian National Research Council) Research Campus of Pisa to celebrate the thirthy “virtual” candles with the protagonists of yesterday and today. In this anniversary, researchers and scientists of the historical begininning of the first connection between Italy and Arpanet (Advanced Research Projects Agency NETwork) will be present. With them, today’s researchers and scientists,of the new streets of the Net and of the Internet of the future.
On 30 April 1986 the CNUCE (National University Centre of Electronic Calculation) of the CNR of Pisa connected to the United States via internet, marking an important moment for our country. Bob Khan, after having experimented with TCP/IP protocol in the various American organizations already connected via Arpanet, decided to extend its application to European research institutes as well. In Italy, CNUCE was selected because of its researchers’ pioneering role in networking and for its international visibility.
Domenico Laforenza was interviewed by RaiUno’s “Caffè”. He explained that “95 percent of the Web is hidden” and only 4-5% is “the part that we can see and find through search engines”.
To talk about “How digital technology is changing the world” Rai Scuola has created 5 episodes for the Memex series.
Numbers and data, news and events, projects and presentations: the last issue of Quarter .it is out and, with the report of the last term, closes the year 2015 of the Italian Registry
Where can you register it? And what is the DNS? And yet, what is the "Country code top level domain (ccTLD)"? You can find a precise and simple answer, to these and other questions, in this edition of "Ask CNR your doubt", dedicated to the world of the Internet names, in general, and to the .it ccTLD.
Giovanni Boccia Artieri studies the social and cultural transformations of the “social network society” and of participatory cultures. At Internet Festival 2015, we met with him at an event called “Verità sospese” (Suspended Truths). From hoaxes to half-concealed truths, the information that circulates on the Internet is ever-changing. It is the participatory control of the Net that allows us to dismantle false truths, to correct them and to fill in the missing information. News, legends, truths and common sense suspended in a continuous social dialogue.